Alaska Center for Microgrid Technologies Offers $275,000 Commercialization Awards

Remote communities need to know how to deploy new energy technologies in their region, and companies need to know that their technology can operate efficiently in remote areas, cold weather, and harsh conditions.

To address these needs, the Alaska Center for Microgrid Technologies Commercialization has launched a competition for companies who want to improve their technology for use in remote, austere, or tough microgrid environments.

Through this competition, ACEP will provide services valued up to $275,000 to companies who are interested in R&D support to accelerate commercialization for products intended to improve operation and technical efficiency of small energy systems – known as microgrids.

Learn more about the competition on the Alaska Center for Energy and Power website.